Prioritization for Perfectionists, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Non-Perfection

Are you a perfectionist? That kind of a person that can never say “I’m done”, “it’s ready” or “let’s ship it”? The one who can’t release the new feature unless it’s polished and perfect?

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Geo Information System: Map Navigation

Bad-ass development of scalable systems with lots of user requirements, tight schedules and limited resources? Ask me how!

This is the series of articles about building a professional enterprise Geo Information System. Here I’m going to tell you how we dealt with the most intensive and visible part – the map navigation.

I’m continuing the series of articles about developing a Geo Information System for 2GIS company.

In the first part of the series I described the user requirements for the Geo Information System we were developing, and in the next part – an overview of the architecture. Here I’m describing in more details how we dealt with map navigation.

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